Guess the Movie App Features Beautiful, Minimalistic Posters
Article by George Norman
On 04 Mar 2014
Beautiful, minimalistic movie posters are presented to you by Guess the Movie, an app that is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. After you see the poster, you must guess the movie. Hints are available if you need help guessing the movie.


Now that the Oscars 2014 ceremony is over, I thought it a good idea to present an app that focuses on movies. Not any kind of app, one that offers an entertaining gameplay alongside a very nice visual experience. The app I want to bring to your attention is JUNEInfra’s Guess the Movie.

The name gives away the goal – what you have to do is guess the movie. The interesting thing is how you get to guess the movie. You see, the app presents a beautiful movie poster created using minimalist artwork. If you can guess the movie based on the movie poster, type in the name and see if you got it right. If you can’t figure it out from the name, hints are there to help you out.

There are two types of hints. Tap a button and you will be presented with a plot summary. Tap another button and you will be presented with the movie name, but hangman style. If you still can’t figure it out, tap the “Resolve” button and the movie name will be revealed to you.

Guess the Movie is available as a free version on the App Store.
Guess the Movie is available as a free and a paid version on the Play Store.
Guess the Movie is availabe as a paid version on the Windows Phone Store.

JUNEInfra has another interesting app to offer – to Android users only. The developer has another movie-themed app to offer: Guess the Celeb. Just like Guess the Movie, Guess the Celeb presents minimalist art and tasks you to well, guess the celebrity.

Guess the Celeb is available as a free and a paid version on the Play Store.

Tags: Guess the Movie, Guess the Celeb, movie, celebrity, app, game, Google, Android, Play Store, Apple, iOS, App Store, Microsoft, Windows Phone, Windows Phone Store
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